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Dec 8, 2012 9:30pm EST
the data i've gahtered. -- gathered. i have put some general trends, all of which have its actions -- all of which have exceptions. in the old world, there were long, expensive attorneys. it took weeks to traverse the scene of matter where you were going. today he can move in a short time frame. in old world, there was a limited opportunity to monotype exploration -- exporloitation of slaves. people are exported today in dozens of places. i have gathered in extent the amount of data -- an extensive amount of data. the cost of a slave 20 years ago was between 4900 and $5,500. there is a wide variance. you might have a slate had sold for the equivalent in today's dollars of $10,000 or more. in the americas. there also document in bengal and arabia of people being sold for less than a cup of tea. that was centuries ago. then people were born into servitude to read what is the cost of that? not too much. the waited average cost has stopped. today the average is around $440 for bonded labor, around $230. for victims of commercial sexual exploitation or traffic into that condition, a little mor
Dec 9, 2012 12:30am EST
a little bit and give you the essence. the first is this process or action, the recruiting or movement. it has to occur for a particular means, forced coercion, and then before a particular purpose, which is the bucket list of many forms of exploitation. basically, the upside is, people who are fraudulently -- fraudulently recruited for exploitation. in trying to define slavery in the contemporary context we have to get clear on what the essence of these modern forms of slavery art. i posted questions for us to consider -- is slavery some degree of restriction on liberty coupled with severe coercion of labor and service? is that the gist? is it something more conceptual, the denial of freedom and humanity of an individual who is being completely exploitable? taking a step back and thinking conceptually, is that what we mean when we talk about slavery? can this concept and all of its myriad manifestations in the modern world even be captured by a simple and agreed upon definition? one thing is clear -- a decision needs to be made as to whether the term slavery should be restricted to me
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